CERN's Graeme Stewart tours six decades of computing milestones in high-energy physics and describes the immense challenges ahead in taming data from future experiments.
The world’s largest optical/near-infrared telescope, the Extremely Large Telescope, under construction in Chile, will bring mysteries such as dark energy into focus.
Accelerator physicists in the US have proposed an alternative approach to the design of the proposed Future Circular electron-positron Collider using energy-recovery linacs.
If approved, the new machine will reuse infrastructure from the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collider.
Michele Livan and Richard Wigmans have written an up-to-date introduction to both the fundamental physics and the technical parameters.
A better understanding of the role of magnetic flux trapping and impurities for RF losses has pushed state-of-the-art niobium to near its theoretical limit.
Beam-cooling results from the Muon Ionisation Cooling Experiment were shown at COOL'19.
CERN has signed a collaboration agreement with the European Space Agency to address the challenges of harsh radiation environments.
The meeting marked the final event of the Horizon 2020 project to produce a conceptual design study for a 100 TeV circular hadron collider.
Researchers in the US have demonstrated an advanced accelerator dipole magnet with a field of 14.1 T.
Fermilab has announced the launch of HEPCloud, a step towards a new computing paradigm to deal with the vast quantities of data pouring in from existing and future facilities.
MedAustron becomes one of six centres worldwide to treat tumours with carbon ions.